Google+’s feedback tool caused a lot of fuss in the first days of the network — many people hadn’t seen anything like it before. The tool allowed users to annotate a page, black out personal information, add comments and ship it off to the Google+ team. It’s the same tool used across the Google network accessed via the less prevalent “Report a bug” menu item.
A new tool that brings Google+’s feedback tool to the masses has arrived. It’s called BugMuncher, and uses a similar Feedback button in the bottom right corner of the page, with the options to highlight, blackout and leave comments.
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We’ve not completely put BugMuncher through its paces, but felt it worth bringing to your attention after the excitement around the idea of using the Google+ feedback tool elsewhere. It is early days for BugMuncher, though at first glance it seems like BugHerd is currently more suited for use in business — it predates Google+ and doesn’t try to imitate its feedback interface, but the offering is more developed.
We’ll be back with a more in-depth look at BugMuncher later.
It will be interesting to see how the freshly launched BugMuncher evolves. BugMuncher costs $10 per month with a 7 day trial.
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